Safeguarding in the 21st Century – 17th June 2015
Recent high profile cases of abuse have emphasised the diverse and complex risks that
children and young people must navigate day to day. In light of this, the government’s new statutory safeguarding guidance, ‘Keeping Children Safe in Education’ and updated Ofsted’s new section 5 briefing highlight greater expectation on schools to use professional judgement. Therefore, schools will be required to have a better understanding of their pupils and the local context, ensuring a safe and secure school environment.
Safeguarding in the 21st Century aims to provide clarity on the latest statutory guidance for schools, identifying practical strategies for achieving the highest standards of pupil safety and security.
Key Reasons to Attend
- Explore the risks and vulnerabilities of new and emerging safeguarding issues and receive practical guidance on how your school can respond to these threats in policy and practice
- Understand how to meet the needs of young people at risk of child sexual exploitation
- Identify the risk and effectively support those at risk of self-harm and suicide
- Hear updates on the latest e-safety issues and gain practical strategies and advice to prevent dangerous online activity
"Weeks run from Monday to Sunday. Please note that weeks without communications to schools are ignored and the links will go to the last week where a communication was made in this category."